Here she is, our new foster  bunny.  I picked Bunji up from Suzanne’s house in Wilmington in order to free up some cage space in Suzanne’s house for bunnies that are ready to be adopted.

Bunji is not yet ready to be adopted because she’s too young and also because she hasn’t been spayed yet.

Bunji arrived at HRN on June 28th after being rescued from the wild in Attleboro.  She was a stray and approximately 4 months old right now.

This is the first baby bunny I’ve had and fostered so I’m quite nervous about her development.  She’s very lean, long and muscular right now because she hasn’t put on her full weight yet.  She should be a good 7-lbs when she’s fully grown.

For now, she’s resting comfortably on the 2nd floor apartment of Ginger and Juju’s condo.  She settled in very quickly – laying down, eating hay and pooping.  Bunji seems to have very good litter box habits already (more than I can say for Ginger).  She’s also got a ferocious appetite apparently when I saw her devour an entire bowl of veggies in less than 1/2 a hour.

We’re going to be keeping Bunji around for 2 months when she’ll be ready to be spayed.  Then Bunji will be ready for adoption and will go on the HRN site.